Past a certain age I moved on from my dislike of concerts. I think the trick was to think of the concerts as separate and different from recorded works. Like, "this isn't like Better Than Ezra's Deluxe album, it's Better Than Ezra live." More recently I have come to love some live albums, but I think it depends on the quality of the performance/performers, the quality of the recording, and whether you can accept that the music doesn't sound the way it's "supposed to." Yeah, it's a blend of the inter- and the intra-.
Here are my humble submissions for the live album Walk of Fame:
- The Smoking Popes, At Metro
- The Kinks, The Kinks Kronikles
- Cowboy Mouth, All You Need Is Live